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AJA CPD Seminar: Specifying Secondary Glazing by Selectaglaze
Wednesday 11 December 2019 | 12:30 pm - 02:00 pm
AJA CPD Seminar entitled Understanding and Specifying Secondary Glazing will be presented by Darren Berryman from Selectaglaze. This RIBA approved seminar aims to provide a better understanding of how modern, well designed secondary glazing can provide any building with significant improvements to the internal environment through thermal insulation/energy efficiency, noise insulation and enhanced security; particularly where Listed or historic façades are involved. Relevant building regulations will be covered as well as the test standards the products conform too. At the end of the seminar, having run through the most suitable products for different types of specification and what to look out for when drawing up a design incorporating secondary glazing, the specifier should feel confident in producing a solid specification. https://www.selectaglaze.co.uk/about/about-continuous-professional-development This CPD is complimentary, with a sandwich buffet and drinks from 12:30pm. The Seminar will start at 1.00pm and finishes no later than 2.00pm.
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